More than 3500 terror-vulnerable objects in Kazakhstan do not comply with anti-terror protection norms
Astana. December 11. KazTAG - More than 3500 terror-vulnerable objects do not comply with the norms of anti-terror protection in Kazakhstan, said Tatyana Yakovleva, deputy.
"A requirement for anti-terror protection of objects was imposed in 2015, the checks have been conducted for compliance which have covered more than 10 000 objects in 2019 and 35% of them had violations. First of all, it concerns important state strategic objects, including health care and education objects," he said.
In her words, the main problem is in financing.
"The annual checks have shown that the percent of revealed violations has been decreasing, but in slow rates. The main problem is in financing of these objects under the leftover principle," she said.
Meanwhile, Alikhan Smailov, First Vice Prime Minister- Minister of Finance, said that about 180 bn tenge have been allocated for the program of combat with religious extremism and terrorism.
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